Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted the Professional Footballers Association's (PFA) English Premier League Player of the Year. Asked what it meant to become the first Egyptian to win the award, he said: "Hopefully, I'm not the last one".
"Also congrats to all the players who were [in contention with me] to win this award, because I think also they deserved it".
Also among the finalists were three other City players - David Silva and Leroy Sane - as well as Manchester United's David De Gea.
His sensational debut season at the Reds saw him score a total of 41 goals in all competitions, while breaking a number of records.
"There are still three games to go. Let's see what will happen".
With the Premier League campaign coming to a close, we witnessed another season of scintillating football, often produced by Manchester City and Liverpool, so it can come as no surprise that collectively the two clubs had four nominations up for the prestigious accolade.
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Mohamed Salah has been voted the PFA Player of the Year for the 2017-18 season after a stellar first campaign at Liverpool.
He's broken the record for the most games scored in during a 38 game Premier League season, and could still break the record for most goals in any Premier League season.
Salah has scored an incredible 31 goals in 33 league games in his first year for Jurgen Klopp's side and now leads the race for the Golden Boot.
Kenny Dalglish (1983) and Terry McDermott (1980).
Chelsea Ladies forward Fran Kirby won the women's Player of the Year award, while Lauren Hemp of Bristol City secured the young player prize.